The Youtube artist known as Brusspup has come up with some really good anamorphic optical illusion videos in the past. Here are some additional anamorphic illusions that he created which will surely blow your mind. You’ll see a red Solo cup that really isn’t there along. Then you will witness some other really nice anamorphic […]
Check out this anamorphic row boat created by renowned chalk artist Tracy Lee Stum. It was painted on a sidewalk at Palm Hills in Cairo, Egypt. Like all of her work, this piece of sidewalk chalk art is extremely detailed and very realistic looking. I love how the guy in the picture has one foot […]
Truly Design created this large circular anamorphic painting called Space Oddity for the headquarters of a Switzerland-based company that sells apparel, footwear, and accessories. The blue circle (shown in the photograph below) is clearly visible from one particular viewpoint located at the end of the hallway. As the viewer walks towards the door in the […]
Leon Keer decided to paint some very large gummy bears on a sidewalk in Malta for the 2015 Malta Streetart Festival. This particular painting was created along the waterfront in Valetta, the capital of the Mediterranean island. To see this painting properly, you have to view it from this angle which is from an upper […]
Today’s video features an anamorphic painting by urban artists Truly Design titled “The Colour and the Shape”. This work is one of several that Truly Design completed as part of the “Truth depends on where you see it from” exhibition at MEF – Ettore Fico Museum in Turin, Italy. This exhibit opened on March 10, […]
In 1961, famous Dutch artist M.C. Escher printed a lithograph titled Waterfall. This print shows a seemingly impossible scene with water flowing uphill to create a perpetual waterfall using the same water over and over again. There is a paddle wheel at the bottom of the waterfall which we would assume is what powers the […]
Professional painter Stefan Pabst shows how to to draw a 3D ladybug in the following video. The video is sped up, so you won’t exactly get step-by-step directions to create one for yourself. Nevertheless, it is pretty amazing to watch this anamorphic insect come to life on paper.